The American Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2015 Honor Awards today, and eight projects were awarded in the interior architecture category. All of the recognized projects are in the United States, with two in California and two in New York City. The jury for the 2015 Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture included chair Rick Kremer, FAIA, Matt Murphy, AIA, Luke Ogrydziak, AIA, Susan Elizabeth Seifert, AIA, and Steven Shapiro, Hon. AIA.

For more on each winning project, click the link in the project name to see it in ARCHITECT's Project Gallery.

Arent Fox.
Eric Laignel Arent Fox.

Arent Fox, Washington, D.C. 
Studios Architecture, Washington, D.C.

Jury: "The translucent glass stairway, light fixtures, and the silvery coined tile on the café are delightful."


The Barbarian Group.
Michael Moran The Barbarian Group.

The Barbarian Group, New York City
Clive Wilkinson Architects, Culver City, Calif., and Design Republic Partners Architects, New York City

Jury: "This is an ingenious transformation of a generic office component: the table."


Beats by Dre Headquarters.
Jasper Sanidad Beats by Dre Headquarters.

Beats By Dre Headquarters

, Culver City, Calif. 
Bestor Architecture, Los Angeles

Jury: "We love the young, hip vibe—the design is not over the top and could be relevant for a long time."


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Museum Store.
Timothy Hursley Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Museum Store.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Museum Store, Bentonville, Ark. 
Marlon Blackwell Architects, Fayetteville, Ark.

Jury: "The store is sympathetic to the original architecture of the museum, yet has its own identity."



Illinois State Capitol West Wing Restoration.
Tom Rossiter Illinois State Capitol West Wing Restoration.

Illinois State Capitol West Wing Restoration, Springfield, Ill.
Vinci Hamp Architects, Chicago

Jury: "This sensitive restoration seamlessly integrates modern building technologies and reestablishes the elegance of the original 19th-century building."


Louisiana State Sports Hall of Fame and Regional History Museum.
Trahan Architects Louisiana State Sports Hall of Fame and Regional History Museum.

Louisiana State Sports Hall of Fame and Regional History Museum, Natchitoches, La. 
Trahan Architects, New Orleans

Jury: "The 1,100 unique cast stone elements combine to create a singular interior surface, nearly geologic in scale and intent. This kind of organic interior takes a deft, skillful hand and it an amazing technical achievement."


National September 11 Memorial Museum.
James Ewing National September 11 Memorial Museum.

National September 11 Memorial Museum, New York City 
Davis Brody Bond, New York City

Jury: "The space honors those who perished; even if you didn't know what it stood for, it would still evoke an overwhelmingly emotional response."


Newport Beach Civic Center and Park.
Tim Griffith Newport Beach Civic Center and Park.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park, Newport Beach, Calif.
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, San Francisco

Jury: "The design evokes the feel of the ocean, and having light and transparency throughout is really great."


For more on each winning project, click the link in the project name to see it in ARCHITECT's Project Gallery.